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Leadership not one size fits all

In most businesses, proper management is a complex task. Why? Because managers need to be hands-on, dedicated workers.

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Pick n Pay disputes Woolworths’ sow-friendly lead

As always, Woolworths has rushed to the front of the line and declared the introduction of sow-friendly pork products.

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Transformation requires more than ticking boxes

There is a gap between transformation and capability in South Africa; although we are doing a lot right in this area, with our employment equity laws, we still ... Read Story

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Stagflation puts Reserve Bank in difficult position
June 19 2014 at 05:00

No central banker, especially one who has inflation targeting as its main objective, ever likes to hear the word stagflation. This is unfortunately the harsh reality facing the South African economy.

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Economic leadership also comes from below
June 19 2014 at 04:52

If you listened to the State of the Nation Address on Tuesday you could be forgiven for thinking that the government was the only agent of change.

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SA fails to clarify its domestic and foreign polices
June 18 2014 at 05:04

Though Africa is rhetorically South Africa’s first foreign policy priority, in reality it runs a poor second to the rest of Brics (Brazil, Russia, India and China), the former Business Leadership SA chief executive M... Read Story
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Balance of bourgeois virtues will make us rich
June 18 2014 at 05:01

South Africa has a growth in income problem – not a lack of savings problem. The lack of growth and its consequences are plain to see.

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Could the good story be wearing thin for Zuma?
June 18 2014 at 04:58

Pity the poor president. After a few days recuperating from his performance on the hustings, where he dutifully and even enthusiastically trotted out the required “we have a good story to tell” needed to drum u... Read Story
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SA, Brazil in a precarious monetary position
June 17 2014 at 05:03

Brazil redeemed its own goal in the opening match of the World Cup last week, when the team went on to win 3-1 against Croatia.

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Readers’ Forum: Many benefit from SA’s land redistribution plan
June 17 2014 at 04:57

We are again commemorating Youth Month, remembering those who were at the forefront of the struggle against apartheid. When freedom beckoned, the youth faced death and bullets, and did not flinch.

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History repeats itself, first as a tragedy, then as a farce
June 17 2014 at 04:53

That “history repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce” is so often quoted it is a cliché. That Karl Marx said it during his long sojourn among the working class in the British Museum library does n... Read Story
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Regulation is not the answer for SA business
June 13 2014 at 04:58

At a time when South Africa is conflicted by its own dichotomy between its First World associations with the likes of the euro zone, versus the country’s problematic labour, health, education and security in a strugg... Read Story
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Economy held to ransom until Medupi gets going
June 13 2014 at 05:00

When Eskom held its state of the system briefing a week ago, the situation looked more upbeat this winter considering that it had secured more power supply capacity from short-term independent power producers (IPPs) than l... Read Story
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